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unsellable

Line breaks: un|sell¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsɛləbl
 
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Definition of unsellable in English:

adjective

Not able to be sold, or very difficult to sell: many of the houses are unsellable
More example sentences
  • Yet Nimbus shares, in big blocks, have been virtually unsellable for a long time.
  • Yet I've heard from the publishing industry in the past that academia tends to produce uncommercial / unsellable writing.
  • For a start, the unpalatable truth is that the PC is in real danger of becoming an unsellable product.

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